An App-reciation​ for fitness.

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Smartphones have taken over our lives. The distraction factor of having the world of social media and google and games and photos and Whats App and…see what I mean. Despite all these distractions, my smartphone has really become an enriching part of my life through the use of apps. Specifically fitness apps. A good fitness app truly is like having a dedicated trainer in your back pocket, ready to put you through your paces at a moment’s notice, at any time of day, anywhere you are.

I’ve been using a few, but I’m sure there are many more out there and even more still to be developed, so I here are my thoughts on the best mobile fitness apps for Andriod or IOS on the market right now. Continue reading “An App-reciation​ for fitness.”

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HIIT it as hard as you can.(Video)

When it comes to doing a home workout effectively, the only measure to go by is the amount of work that gets done. The term work is used to describe “moving a weight over a distance” and the SI unit of work is joule (J), which is defined as the amount of work required to move an object over a distance. This measure of work- Joule, can be converted to Calories. As we all know, Calories being the well-known measure of the energy we get from food, as well as the energy expended in the workouts we do as well as our daily activities, it’s therefore directly related to the amount of work completed during our workouts. Continue reading “HIIT it as hard as you can.(Video)”